A bankrupt company APP has gone from .50 range to $1.13 exactly the amount Joez closed at, in one month. I've never seen a horse run backwards.
OK, now that I've stopped laughing let me answer you little boy. Sorry to disappoint you, but not only am I not a fatty, I'm smack in the middle of my range unlike you who seems to be about 10 lbs overweight. Your post is 6 am. So you jump out of bed and run to a yahoo message board? Maybe try having coffee, a shower, get a little exercise (for that extra 10 lbs), or even sex as farfetched as that may sound, and maybe you won't be so 'tense' first thing in the morning. And what kind of job do you have, that you make the following
comment today, 'so I was on streamer all day long'. BTW one of Ric's favorite words was 'fatty'.
And 6 mos. ago it was $0. Give you another week and you'll disappear.
J O E Z Fair Value
by rics321 • Dec 19, 2013 9:10 PM Flag
I'd say $0.00 because bankruptcy is imminent.
However at $0.02 a quick trade is suggested.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
That's a catchy phrase you see on every board, 'it's the mm's manipulating etc'. Why would
they bother for .06? Seems to be a waste of time for them. As for your second paragraph,
the fundamentals have not changed and I have to agree with Keym on this one. As long as
you have the present management and board.......forget about it, they can't put .02 together. You had higher earnings when they had no Hudson, and no debt. They had to buy Hudson or within a year, there wouldn't be a company imo. Hope you make money on
this one Rics, but I wouldn't give them attributes they don't possess.
Thankfully I wasn't here to see it, but yes it went to $1.17, couldn't even hold the $1.24 area. This does not
bode well $2, forget your $15. In fact why would you bother to buy below that $1.17 since the stock can't hold a decent price for more than a minute. And if it gets to $1, I won't be buying that either. This is not even a shadow of the company 4 years ago, (not that that was good either), but then I feel the same way about App.
Oh I believe you bought the $1.19, like I said you were too late
for the lower prices and want the stock to go back there. How bout we stay at the $1.19 so you can't get any cheaper?
No, I don't think he is pumping as he saying the mm's are going to take it
down to probably a $1. What I think is Rics is hoping the mm's (which I think is a load of hogwash), take it down to $1 so he can buy in. I also think rics didn't expect that 20% increase and he wasn't in, nor is he likely to be. Now that's funny.
You were talking about before they bought Hudson, and the buy
saved them from bk. Before Hudson they had close to 15m cash take out the Dahan earn-out, 9m left a balance of about 6m. After buying Hudson they now have current debt of at least 100m. Before Hudson no debt to speak of.
What makes you think Rics that anyone did anything different than you did? Still crowing about selling at the high 4 years ago? Sorry to disappoint you, I've never sold at the lows.
Brad, before Hudson, please tell me how much cash the company had and their debt, you can include or exclude the Dahan earn-out. Personally I think you're confused.
True they were shopped around for about 1 1/2 years, but don't forget Hagen, we were still smack in a recession. Now people are beginning to quit their jobs. People don't do that when there is nothing available. It's actually a positive sign in
Might continue down as UBS wasn't the only downgrade.
'Canaccord downgraded its rating on GT to hold from buy and said it is unclear how much of GT's product Apple will use, and how much it will add to GT's earnings potential.'